Facilities Projects

Updated 6/13/19 - updated information shown in red
  

Central Fire Station Expansion/Renovation

Description:  The project consists of an addition to the southwest side of the station, located at 3911 South Broadway, and the renovation of the fire administration area of the building. The work includes replacement of interior lighting, HVAC systems, electric circuits, and flooring. The improvements and expansion required staff to be relocated with administration being located on site in a construction trailer.

Ongoing work/installations:

  • Interior work - electrical, HVAC, plumbing
  • Sidewalks
  • Steel
  • Demolition of east entry
Project cost: $1,893,375 (amount includes previous phase of crew area renovation)
Funding source(s): Decision Package, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: December 2019

Gibson Grant Log Cabin – Phase I

Description: This project is the restoration of the Gibson Grant Log Cabin located at the intersection of Flower Mound Rd. and Quail Run. The first phase, of three total phases, includes structural, roof replacement, removal of some of the additions, restoration of historical siding, paint analysis and related design. The completed project will restore the exterior to the 1890-1925 time period by removing some of the additions and will result in a one-story, 950 square foot, six-room museum.

A professional services agreement with McCoy Collaborative Preservation Architecture, PLLC., was approved at the February 18 council meeting. Notice to proceed was March 4. Geotech report is complete.

Project cost: $507,000
Funding source(s): Tax Debt

Fire Station #7

Description: The project consists of an approximately 10,000 square foot Fire Station and associated site improvements located on Skillern Road, just north of the intersection of Wichita Trail and Skillern Road.

A professional services agreement with Brown, Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc. for the design, in the amount of $399,600, was approved on February 5, 2018. Kick off meeting held February 20. Design is complete. 
Construction contract awarded to Schmoldt Construction Inc. in the amount of $4,495,650.00 on January 7, 2019. Groundbreaking was held February 15. Notice to proceed was February 18. Ongoing work/installations:

  • Plumbing
  • Utilities
  • Retaining wall
Project cost: $7,570,000 (includes apparatus)
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: January 2020

Library Expansion/Renovation

Description: This project consists of a renovation of the existing 25,000 sq. foot Library and an expansion of approximately 15,000 sq. ft., as well as associated FFE and site improvements. On December 4, 2017,  a professional services agreement was approved for design services with Komatsu Architecture., for $794,963. Komatsu Architecture was the architect for the library when built. Design is ongoing.  Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract with Steele-Freeman was approved on June 18, 2018. Site plan  was approved March 20, 2019. Construction award and testing award were both approved at the May 6 council meeting. Ground breaking held May 17. Notice to proceed issued for May 20.

Project cost: $12,555,000
Funding source(s): Other, Park Development Fees, TIRZ Debt, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: December 2020

Police Department Expansion/Renovation

Description: The project consists of an addition to the east side of the building, renovation of the Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EFIS) and additional secured parking for vehicles.

Contract awarded on August 20, 2018 to Schmoldt Construction Inc., in the amount of $1,525,000. Ongoing work/installations:

  • Landscape/irrigation - 85% complete
  • Camera wiring
  • Fire riser - complete
Project cost: $3,331,000 (amount includes previous phase of interior renovation)
Funding source(s): Decision Package
Anticipated completion: September 2019

Town Hall

Description: The project consists of an approximately 46,000 square foot Town Hall, FFE and associated site improvements located at intersection of FM 1171 and Morriss Road being the same location of the existing Town Hall. The project will utilize the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) delivery method.

A professional services agreement with Oxley Williams and Tharp Architects for the design, in the amount of $862,500, was approved on August 15, 2016. A professional services agreement with Kleinfelder Central, Inc., to provide geotechnical professional engineering services, in the amount of $14,990, was approved by Manager Communication on August 28. The Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract with Steele Freeman was approved by Town Council on December 19. The CMAR contract with Steele Freeman, Inc., in the amount of $15,796,695, was approved at the June 5, 2017 council Meeting. 
Ongoing work/installations:

  • Landscaping
  • Hardscape - complete except punch list items
  • Punch list items
All staff are moved into the building. An open house will be scheduled once all employees are moved, settled into the new building and punch list items complete.

Project Cost: $19,059,000
Funding source(s): Other, TIRZ Debt, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: Substantially complete